AnnaLynne McCord stands out from the crowd in tiny top and skintight leggings as she catches flight out of LA
She recently revealed she has dissociative identity disorder stemming from childhood trauma.
And on Monday, AnnaLynne McCord was seen arriving at Los Angeles International Airport to catch a departing flight.
The actress, 33, opted for a show-stopping outfit that included a tiny top and skintight white leggings tucked into calf-high brown boots.
Ready to fly: AnnaLynne McCord arrived to catch a flight at LAX on Monday in a opted for a show-stopping white ensemble of tiny top and skintight leggings tucked into brown boots
Her white crop top was low-cut and featured cutouts along the neckline.
She added a long white duster and a face mask and wore her long blonde hair loose and tousled.
McCord carried a large reusable water bottle and her phone in on hand and with her other hand, she wheeled her luggage through the airport terminal.
Eye-catching: Her white crop top was low-cut and featured cutouts along the neckline. She added a long white duster and a face mask and wore her long blonde hair loose and tousled
On the move: The actress, 33, carried a large reusable water bottle and her phone in on hand and with her other hand, she wheeled her luggage through the airport terminal
The Atlanta native is best known for the FX series Nip/Tuck and TNT’s reboot of Dallas.
Last month she discussed her dissociative identity disorder or DID in a YouTube video with Dr. Daniel Amen.
‘The way this is talked about has so much shame. I am absolutely uninterested in shame,’ McCord shared. ‘There is nothing about my journey that I invite shame into anymore.’
She continued: ‘That’s how we get to the point where we can articulate the nature of these pervasive traumas… as horrible as they are – so however we can get it out there, I am wanting to do it.’
She has previously revealed she was raped at the age of 18, which then triggered memories of sexual abuse she suffered between the ages of five and 11.
Before going through therapy for PTSD after the rape, McCord had no recollection of the childhood abuse.
She said she is now examining how the abuse may well have led to her dissociative identity disorder (DID), a condition that usually develops as a response to trauma.
McCord, who is best known for TV shows Nip/Tuck and Dallas reboot, revealed in a YouTube video last month she has dissociative identity disorder stemming from childhood trauma